Analysing the trade-off between computational performance and representation richness in ontology-based systems
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- Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 2019, 11540 LNCS pp. 237 - 250
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© Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019. As the result of the intense research activity of the past decade, Semantic Web technology has achieved a notable popularity and maturity. This technology is leading the evolution of the Web via inter-operability by providing structured metadata. Because of the adoption of rich data models on a large scale to support the representation of complex relationships among concepts and automatic reasoning, the computational performance of ontology-based systems can significantly vary. In the evaluation of such a performance, a number of critical factors should be considered. Within this paper, we provide an empirical framework that yields an extensive analysis of the computational performance of ontology-based systems. The analysis can be seen as a decision tool in managing the constraints of representational requirements versus reasoning performance. Our approach adopts synthetic ontologies characterised by an increasing level of complexity up to OWL 2 DL. The benefits and the limitations of this approach are discussed in the paper.
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